Geometry: Unit 12: Day 5: Volume of Prisms, Pyramids, Cylinders, Cones & Spheres
From 12.4 and 12.5 in the Textbook; Notes on pages 147 and 149; Video at
http://youtu.be/bwdyBcSH2zQ
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1. Volume is measured in what type of units?
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units
square units
cubic units
quadruple units
none of the above
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2. The B in the volume formula is different from the b in area formulas because
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b stands for the area of the 2-Dbase shape
b stands for the length of the base side of a 2-D shape
B stands for the area of the 2-D base shape
B stands for the length of the base side of a 2-D shape
B and b represent the same value
none of the above
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3. Any face of a 3-D shape can be the base shape.
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True
False
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4. The cone and which polyhedra have the same general Volume formula?
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cylinder
prism
pyramid
sphere
none of the above
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5. If a pyramid and a prism have congruent bases and the same height, then they have the same volume.
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Always True
Sometimes True
Never True
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6. If a right prism and a oblique prism have the same corresponding cross sectional areas and the same height, then they have the same volume.
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7. The volume of which 3-D solids is more or less than B*h?
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cylinders
cones
prisms
pyramids
spheres
none of the above
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8. A cube has volume of 216 cm^3. How many cm is the side length of the cube
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enter the numeric value only rounded to the nearest WHOLE number
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